Liquid Cloud to monetize CXaaS in Africa through tie-up

Liquid Cloud to monetize CXaaS in Africa through tie-up

African cloud service provider, Liquid Cloud, has reportedly chosen,, a UK-based global number and messaging platform, as its provider of number inventory management solutions.

As per reports, Liquid Cloud will be making use of’s services in order to simplify the process of storing number inventory and enhance how the firm delivers and manages them to its customers.

With the partnership, the pan-African firm will be able to manage all of its numbers across various markets through a centralized platform, cutting down on the time, cost, and error risk that it otherwise would see with manual inventory management.

This will allow Liquid Cloud to have maximum operational efficiency while giving it a competitive edge in the sector.’s platform will provide for a more comprehensive Liquid Cloud Voice offering to the latter’s customers, both existing and potential, across the continent.

Moreover, the said platform can easily be integrated into Liquid Cloud’s current systems, making sure that the firm can rapidly monetize the developing CXaaS opportunity on the continent.

The two firms would be the leaders in bringing innovative solutions to companies and extending the voice footprint across South Africa as well as the continent, especially with hybrid working model rapidly becoming a reality in the region.

This partnership is in line with entry into Africa after having announced similar partnerships earlier.

Neil Kitcher, Co-Founder and CEO,, stated that Liquid Cloud’s extensive global reach and customer base require digital solutions that are efficient while also being capable of handling high demands, which is where will be able to help.

Kitcher called the partnership ‘game-changing’ for the firm, adding the it looks forward to expanding its presence in Africa.

David Behr, CEO, Liquid Cloud and Cyber Security, stated that with being the leading global number and messaging service provider, the decision to partner with it was but obvious. Liquid Cloud’s customers expect only the best-in-class service from it.

Behr added that the firm hopes to increase proficiency while also providing its customers with an effortless experience.

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